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A small plane made an emergency landing on a busy stretch of Interstate 85 in Atlanta yesterday evening just as the city’s busy rush hour began.
The plane was forced to land at around 5pm on a southbound stretch of the interstate close to Peachtree-Dekalb Airport, where it was headed.
Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said there were no injuries reported after the Piper Saratoga landed on the highway.
DeKalb County police said that the landing went relatively smoothly.
Several people in New Jersey claimed they saw a person falling from the sky with no parachute, but an extensive police search has turned up no evidence, NBC Philadelphia reported.
Witness Kelly Hale and two of her co-workers at Shore Veterinarians in Egg Harbor Township said they watched from their office windows as a human fell head-first from the sky on Tuesday.
But there were no reports of missing skydivers.
“I [saw] the guy falling, at an angle, like this,” Hale told NBC Philadelphia while gesturing. “Straight down. No parachute. No paraglider.”
Authorities were still investigating the incident, Egg Harbor police told msnbc.com on Thursday.
“We’re not actively out there searching, but we’re waiting for more information,” said police Sgt. Robert Gray. He could not comment on the ongoing investigation.
Several people contacted Egg Harbor Township Police at about 3:20 p.m. Tuesday, saying that they watched a person free-falling from the sky. The witnesses described the person as falling head first, at a slight angle, toward the ground, police said.
“You could see the arms and legs flailing and his clothes were blue, a dark blue like a navy, black and gray,” Hale said. “There’s no doubt that it was a person. We’re 100 percent sure.”
The image is just a random man falling, not a photo of the guy in this story.
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